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  • Title: Linux Fundamentals
  • Author(s) Paul Cobbaut
  • Publisher: Linux Training
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  • eBook: PDF
  • Language: English
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This book provides a soft, accessible, and practical introduction to Linux environments and command line basics, from a basic approach to Linux to a more advanced server-oriented look at using Linux.

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